Three piece? Belt shouldn't be a factor as should be either invisible or in the cupboard.
I still find mixing blacks and browns to look off. I also have trouble incorporating a black tie into an everyday outfit so what do I know?
Just wanted to give a shout out to a wonderful old gentleman and perhaps among the last of a now rare breed, Mr. Winston. I have done business with him over the phone and in person and he is a true gent, always has time for an anecdote...
Hmmmm. Probably the SF anti slim lapel bias in play, despite the disclaimer about fit / style not being a factor in the ratings a due to subjective preferences.
I'm always amused how slim lapels seem to get universal disdain on SF (too...
Quote:Originally Posted by ImTheGroom
My wife's work Christmas party photo booth shot.
Nice pic of you both - I like how you've done traditional black tie then glammed it up with contrasting festive antennas.
Fantastic find. Not only a great looking overcoat at a bargain price but it nicely covers up the car crash cacophony of colour beneath. (Ooh Mr. Bradshaw my O level English teacher would be impressed with that alliteration!)
Quote:Originally Posted by Anden Not what I wear today but UPS just knocked on the office door with a parcel.
Corneliani wool/cashmere. Navy, Flannel-like structure in a fishbone pattern (very subtle).
Fits like a glove IMHO. As...
Quote:Originally Posted by marcodalondra Gianni,
This goes completely against what this thread is about and what in any case black tie principles are, a subtle uniform that is elegant and understated. No room for such or any...